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GOM Area of Interest
      Sat Jul 06 2002 05:14 PM

The area well to the south southeast of New Orleans has the potential for slow development. Although associated with an upper level low, there is a good chance for an induced system over the next couple of days. Models keep the upper level low just about stationary for the next few days. SSTs are marginal, but adequate, and shear is light. I suspect that we'll see Invest 95L rather soon - something to pay attention to. NHC may take a look at this area on Sunday.

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* GOM Area of Interest Ed DunhamAdministrator Sat Jul 06 2002 05:14 PM
. * * Marginal SST's? Kevin   Sun Jul 07 2002 09:46 AM
. * * Re: Marginal SST's? Ed DunhamAdministrator   Sun Jul 07 2002 10:21 AM

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